Photos: Astronaut Duo works outside Space Station on second Battery Replacement EVA

Photos of U.S. EVA-39, performed on Friday the 13th of January, 2017 by ISS Expedition 50 commander Shane Kimbrough and ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet to finish the integration of new batteries on the Space Station’s truss started earlier in the week by the Station’s robots.

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ISS Spacewalkers hook up new Space Station Batteries, blaze through Bonus Task List

A French-American astronaut duo ventured outside the hatches of the International Space Station on Friday for the second spacewalk in one week dedicated to the integration of new batteries put in place by the Space Station’s robots in an extensive effort to rejuvenate the ISS power system as the complex heads into its last decade of operations.

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Space Station Crew ready for Second Battery Replacement Spacewalk on Friday

A U.S.-European astronaut duo is set for a busy spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Friday to continue outfitting the station with new batteries – a complex task split between the station’s robots and spacewalking crew members to give ISS a pair of revamped power channels driven by Li-Ion battery technology.

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Veteran Spacewalkers connect new Space Station Batteries, race through long Task List

Two astronauts spent their Friday working outside the International Space Station, completing a challenging spacewalk to integrate new batteries into one of the Station’s power channels to mark the beginning of a major transition in battery technology to enable ISS to head into its last decade of operations.

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ISS Robots position International Docking Adapter for Friday Installation Spacewalk

The International Space Station’s robotic duo was in action throughout Wednesday night and on Thursday to pre-position an critical docking adapter to be installed during a spacewalk on Friday to give ISS a new parking spot to be utilized by Commercial Crew vehicles to dock at the orbiting outpost.

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Cosmonaut Duo set to move external ISS Experiment Hardware in busy Spacewalk

Two veteran Cosmonauts are set for a busy spacewalk outside the hatches of the International Space Station on Wednesday to complete a series of tasks related to the removal and installation of different scientific experiments on the Russian Segment of the orbiting laboratory as well as other reconfigurations on the exterior of ISS.

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Astronauts Repair ISS Power System – Spacewalk ends early after Space Suit Water Intrusion

Astronauts Tim Kopra and Tim Peake ventured outside the hatches of the International Space Station on Friday to embark on a spacewalk dedicated to the restoration of the Station’s Electrical Power System by replacing a failed voltage regulator.

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Photos: Tim Peake & Tim Kopra’s ISS Spacewalk

NASA’s Tim Kopra and ESA’s Tim Peake ventured outside the hatches of the International Space Station on Friday, successfully replacing a failed voltage regulator on the Station’s truss structure to restore the Station’s power system at full functionality after the failure of the component in November.

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Photos: ISS Spacewalkers venture outside on short notice to free up stuck Robotic Transporter

Spacewalk veterans Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra completed an excursion of three hours and 16 minutes on Monday, making quick work in rectifying an undesired situation involving the Space Station’s Mobile Transporter that had gotten stuck in between Work Sites.

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Stuck ISS Robotic Transporter freed up by Spacewalking Duo

Two Space Station Crew Members ventured outside the hatches of the International Space Station on Monday in an EVA organized on very short notice to recover from an undesired situation involving the Station’s Mobile Transporter that had gotten stuck in between work sites on the central truss of ISS.

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Space Station Crew prepares for Urgent Spacewalk to recover ISS Robotics System

An unscheduled spacewalk is being prepared by International Space Station Crew Members Scott Kelly and Tim Kopra with great urgency aboard the orbiting laboratory to be ready to head outside as early as Monday to recover the Space Station’s Mobile Transporter that got stuck in a position between work sites Wednesday night.

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